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The horse left the barn.

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Protect, detect and report.

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April 20, 2016

Street closures approved

While plans for the 2016 Riverboat Days continue, the committee was given a green light to close off Main Avenue in Washburn for the event.

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Washburn High School’s newest club is sharing its knowledge with younger students, combining creativity and teamwork to build something fitting for a sci-fi movie.

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A 23-year-old Burlington man, wanted by authorities in Minot for multiple offenses, was apprehended when he made a stop in Underwood, Friday.

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April 6, 2016

History for sale

Not a single person was willing to fork over even pocket change for a wood grain elevator that was up for auction last week.

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While four spots are up for grabs on the Washburn City Commission, only one of the current members is seeking re-election.

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For months, volunteers have met at Washburn Methodist Church on Wednesdays to gather, cut and tie plastic bags together to make washable, reusable beds for the homeless.

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The North Dakota Attorney General’s office issued an opinion last week on a possible violation, and found that a committee of the Washburn City Commission violated state Open Meetings law.

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March 23, 2016

New gallery opening

Art is being picked out, construction plans are being made, and sometime this summer, a new gallery will open in downtown Bismarck through the Lewis and Clark Fort Mandan Foundation.

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